Resources

Water quality and treatment resources

At Septic Check, we want to help customers understand not only the “how” of our systems and services, but also the “why” behind everything we do — environmental stewardship that protects our resources now and into the future, while providing superior function that meets immediate water treatment needs. The following links represent resources that share our commitment and goals, or offer helpful education and information regarding water quality and related issues, that make a difference for all of us.

Educational links

University of Minnesota Water Resources Center

Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (MPCA) NOTE: THIS LINK IS NO LONGER VALID. PLEASE ADVISE. NEW LINK OR REMOVE IT?

Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) NOTE: THIS LINK IS NO LONGER VALID. PLEASE ADVISE. NEW LINK OR REMOVE IT?

Industry associations

Business associations


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Your Day-to-Day Sewer Care Guide

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4 Signs That Your Sewer Repair Shouldn’t Be DIY

Even though the do-it-yourself model is something that America was built on, there are some instances when calling a professional makes more sense. Not only will doing so lead to less frustration on your part, it could reduce the amount of time that you have to suffer from your sewer issues. The following are signs that you should call a professional instead of trying to repair it yourself:

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Common Considerations with Septic Systems

Even in an area which provides public sewer service, a septic system is a viable alternative as it provides benefits which may best suit your needs. A properly installed septic system designed for the property and used as intended rarely has problems which cause an utter failure, but they require inspection and maintenance and sometimes need a repair. Take care of your septic system, and it will take care of you.

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